The Salmon River Restoration Council (SRRC) is a community-based non-profit group that works collaboratively to assess, protect, maintain, and restore the ecosystems of California's spectacular Salmon River watershed.
With the active participation of the local community, our projects focus on anadromous fisheries resources and the development of a sustainable economy. Strong community partnerships are essential to our work.
We provide assistance and education to the general public and cooperating agencies by facilitating communication and cooperation between the local communities, managing agencies, Native American tribes, and other stakeholders.
SRRC’s programs include fisheries restoration and monitoring, noxious weed management, water quality monitoring, riparian restoration, fire and fuels management, watershed education, roads stewardship, and more.
The Salmon River is part of the Klamath-Siskiyou Bioregion and boasts some of the most diverse and intact biological habitat in the Western US. It provides essential clean water and genetic stock for the troubled Klamath River fishery and is of great importance to the recovery of larger Klamath River watershed's health.